Submitted by Jeremy24 654d ago | review

Deemo (iOS) | CheatMasters

avoiderdragon:Music games have somewhat found itself in a sort of renaissance through recent titles. The genre has gone past most of the usual rhythm game stylings that had been established since the late 90′s and then oversaturated by those that made use of plastic analogues for musical instruments. New releases have now introduced more innovation through features and melding with other genres. But with Deemo, it’s more like a return to basics in a good way. (Deemo, iPhone) 8.5/10

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